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Android / iOS Platform OS version targeting

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From a development point of view it is interesting to see the difference between the Android and iOS  versions needed to be supported… While researching, I ran into an October 2012 article on dazeinfo.coma  which mentions that while  iOS 6 Adoption Rate is about 60% iPhones Updated To iOS 6 vs. about 2% of Android […]

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Operational Benefits OF BYOD Strategy

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The influx of new communication devices and solutions in the corporate environment resulted in the workforce becoming increasingly mobile. Take for instance, remote desktop access and SSL VPNs, which has made it possible for the workforce to make the choice with respect to location and time. Similarly, very many technological innovations have made the concept […]

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BYOD Origins & Popularity

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For those working in business IT there is one term that is sure to be cropping up on your radar more and more frequently; for those who work outside of IT departments you’ll be familiar with the ideas behind it – in fact you may be responsible for its prominence – even though you may […]

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Cloud Services 101 – Welcome

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Cloud computing (or cloud services) is the new buzz in the world of IT services. The term, which is still pretty nebulous for many users, refers to a model in which computing resources are hosted and delivered via the Internet than can dynamically grow and shrink depending on its demand and you pay only for […]

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BYOD Strategy Series: Welcome

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Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) has been a latest buzzword in the IT landscape. BYOD has been the cause of a range of issues for companies and employees alike. A recent survey uncovered some startling facts about BYOD and the approaches people are using with regards to managing, or not managing, personal devices in the […]

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What is BYOD?

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Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) is the latest trend in workplace IT deployment and one that all businesses are going to have to address whether they embrace it or not. Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) is defined by Wikipedia as: ‘the recent trend of employees bringing personally-owned mobile devices to their place of work, and […]

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Couldn’t make MMS 2012 conference?

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Not to worry!   Microsoft has posted all of the PowerPoint and videos at http://www.mms-2012.com/digitalmms    regardless if you attended or not, you can register and browse through the sessions…   Thank you  Microsoft!!    For those of you that want to download the content for offline viewing: Videos:   Stefan Roth has created a PowerShell script that will […]

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Cloud Services: Primer

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I am asked often to about this topic,   having written a number of individual posts in the past, I thought, why not put it all together? So here it is… Let me know if you find it useful or have any comments!  – Cheers. Cloud computing (or cloud services) is the new buzz in the […]

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Cloud Services 101-5: Storage as a Service

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Originally published for Averro.com blog. One of the major technical dilemmas that many small or medium sized companies face, is to have enough storage space for all the data its employees work with every day. Storage space can be pretty expensive; servers, hosting fees and support costs, can eat up a significant portion of the […]

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Cloud Services 101-Video 2: Key Benefits

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Originally published for Averro.com blog. In Cloud Services 101- Video 1 presentation we covered the basics (Definition, types, and deployment models) of what is refered to as cloud services. In this part-2 presentation   we cover the key advantages that  small and medium businesses can benefit from the use of these technologies. We have a few […]

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